It’s hard to believe it’s been almost 20 years since Celtic fans took over Seville. The players who took to pitch that night grace the front cover of More than 90 Minutes Celtic Fanzine Issue 126.
Inside this issue you can read about what the Celtic supporters got up to in Bangkok in Part 1 of the Trip 2 Thai 2 and what upcoming event we have planned.
The Editor, Andrew Milne is talking Celtic with Didier Agathe and Bobby Petta two players who have fond memories of that run to Seville and life at Celtic under Martin O’Neill. St. Margaret’s CSC celebrate 25 years on the road this year and in his editorial, he looks back on the early years of the club and some of those early away days.
He also pens Part 1 of Seville 20 years on and looks back at the how Celtic licked their wounds after been beaten on the away goal rule and crashing out of the Champions League to Basle. In the first part he looks at the run to the Quarter Finals of the UEFA Cup.
Eoin Coyne brings us up to date as Ange and the bhoys face the final hurdles ahead of back-to-back titles and back-to-back doubles. Rachel Lynch says “We are more than just the roots of the club” in her column as Celtic release the Irish tricolor inspired jersey.
David Potter takes us on a history journey throughout this packed issue of the fanzine starting with All Our Yesterdays. A look back at the month of April over the decades. With the Rangers waiting in the semifinal of the Scottish Cup he also looks back at previous encounters with them at this stage of the competition and the team they replaced at Ibrox. You know the team the one that went bust for not paying the Queen her taxes.
David takes us back to the years 1914 through to 1923 to give us not only a view of what Celtic were up to but what was happening throughout the World! Potters’ Players features Andy McAtee and George ‘Sonny’ Hunter. The Bould Bhoys “Glory to Their Name” is our featured book.
Martin Donaldson looks back at the first great Celtic Team. Paddy McMenamin article is inspired by a visit to Wynns Hotel in Dublin for the launch of Celtic Minded 5. As is Ciaran Kenny’s If You Know Your History article.
Liam Kelly writes about Dan McArthur, who was commemorated by the Celtic Graves Society recently and Hold the Back Page, well it has to be the 3-2 win over the Rangers to put Celtic 12 points clear and make it a very happy Easter.
You will also find all the regular features including the Anorak, Tim Molloy, Fan Focus, First, Worst and Leave the Best till Last and the John Fallon Column
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